Last Wednesday, our very own Malin Arve and Steffen Juranek were promoted to full professors!
In a publication in the Journal of Empirical Finance, Chiara Canta, Øivind Anti Nilsen, and Simen A. Ulsaker study the relationship between competition and risk taking in banking markets.
In a publication in the Journal of Accounting Research, Ola Kvaløy and Trond E. Olsen study reward systems based on balanced scorecards and analyze circumstances under which connecting pay to a weighted sum of multiple performance measures is optimal.
The Centre of Business Economics hosted a conference on Contracts and Organizations to celebrate Trond Olsen's retirement and contributions to academic research.
Master students interested in economics applied to environmental challenges and green investment opportunities are invited to apply for Equinor’s master thesis scholarship.
In a publication in the Journal of Health Economics, Kurt Richard Brekke, Dag Morten Dalen, and Odd Rune Straume study uniform and two-part pricing models in the pharmaceutical market under monopoly and competition
In a publication in Economics Letters, Øivind Anti Nilsen, Håvard Skuterud, and Ingeborg Munthe-Kaas Webster provide evidence on price rigidity at the product- and firm-level in Norway with implications for the micro-foundations of macroeconomic models and the policy advice that is derived from them.
The Department of Economics (NHH) offers an intensive PhD course in October with professor Greg Shaffer and associate professor Özlem Bedre-Defolie.
Mohammed Mardan becomes Associate Professor. Congratulations!
In a forthcoming publication in Management Science, Morten Sæthre, Bjørn-Atle Reme and Helene Lie Røhr study customer inattention by utilizing a notification about a future price change in the mobile subscription market.
Greg Shaffer (Simon School, U Rochester) and Joe Harrington (Wharton School, U Penn) become adjunct professors at the NHH and CBE.
In a forthcoming publication in the Scandinavian Journal of Economics, CBE-head Malin Arve and Olga Chiappinelli study how budget constraints affect provision in sequential elimination tournaments.
The Centre for Business Economics is pleased to invite you to a seminar with Joseph E. Harrington, Dept. of Business Economics and Public Policy, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
In a new paper, forthcoming in Management Science, Tore Ellingsen and Eirik Gaard Kristiansen propose a model of how the retention motive shapes managerial compensation contracts.
The Centre for Business Economics invites to a PhD course with Professor Tore Ellingsen, Stockholm School of Economics and NHH.
CBE is welcoming two researchers to the team this year.
Digital platforms increasingly adopt advanced advertising technologies such as targeting. How does targeting impact competition and outcomes in two-sided markets?
Labour market research lead by CBE researcher Astrid Kunze, receives 12 million NOK from Research Council Norway.
NHH has received funding from Diku for three years for a new Innovation School in Germany. "We are extremely grateful for the support from Diku", says Program Manager Steffen Juranek.
Five companies have received one billion Norwegian kroner from the government, which is as much as 27.000 small businesses combined. The real estate companies continue to make large profits.
CBE has received financial support from the Norwegian Research Council to stimulate joint activities at the center. The center leaders see this as a great opportunity to boost activities within CBE.
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CBE researcher Øystein Foros writes about the ongoing conflict between the Norwegian Competition Authority and the Norwegian book publishers in Dagens Næringsliv.
CBE researcher Trond Olsen's article "Relational Contracting, Negotiation, and External Enforcement", jointly written with Joel Watson and David A. Miller, has been accepted for publication by the American Economic Review.
The Center for Business Economics at NHH and SNF invited to a seminar on the Norwegian mobile market on May 8 at NHH’s campus in Oslo.
Mai Nguyen-Ones successfully defended her thesis on April 9.
We offer Master Theses topics for the upcoming deadline on March 15, 2019
The article "An Anatomy of Cartel Contracts" by Ari Hyytinen, Frode Steen and Otto Toivanen has been accepted for publication by the Economic Journal.
The article "Relational contracts, multiple agents and correlated performances" by Ola Kvaløy and Trond E. Olsen has been accepted for publication by Management Science.
In a recent column on VOXEU, Øystein Foros, Mai Nguyen-Ones and Frode Steen wrote a column on "gasoline price cycles"
The Center for Business Economics at NHH invited researchers, policymakers and the actors in the grocery sector to a workshop that took place at NHH on September 26.
We offer Master Theses topics for the upcoming deadline on October 15, 2018
In a recent column on VOXEU, Øystein Foros and Hans Jarle Kind write together with Simon Anderson from the University of Virginia on "exclusive eyeballs."
The importance of consumer multi-homing (joint purchases) for market performance: mergers and entry in media markets
The article "The importance of consumer multi-homing (joint purchases) for market performance: mergers and entry in media markets" by Simon P. Anderson, Øystein Foros and Hans Jarle Kind has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Economics and Management Strategy.
Three articles of Øivind Anti Nilsen were accepted for publication in June.
Luca Picariello successfully defended his thesis on June 15.
We are happy to invite you to a PhD course with Chad Syverson from the University of Chicago
The article "Tax-free digital news?" by Øystein Foros, Hans Jarle Kind and Timothy Wyndham has been accepted for publication by the International Journal of Industrial Organization.
The article "Organizational Design, Competition, and Financial Exchanges" by Steffen Juranek and Uwe Walz has been accepted for publication by the Scandinavian Journal of Economics.
The Department of Accounting, Auditing and Law and the Department of Business and Management Science invites you to a faculty seminar with Professor Emmanuelle Auriol, Tolouse School of Economics, and Professor Kalle Moene, Department of Economics, University of Oslo, on April 27, 2018.